Aboriginal education

Enter for Success program

The Enter for Success program aims to improve attendance and retention rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students by allowing them to attend the SA government high school of their choice.

Choosing a high school

Students should enrol in a high school that:

  • meets their educational needs
  • provides the best opportunity for a healthy social life
  • provides encouraging environments for educational success.

To make the most of the choice provided by the Enter for Success program, parents or carers should refer to choosing a high school and discuss the options available with teachers and staff at their child's primary school.

Who can apply

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students wishing to enrol in the program must enrol when they are in year 7.

How to apply

If you wish to apply for this program, you and your child should meet with your primary school staff to discuss the options of attending a secondary school other than your local zoned school through this program.

Help with your application

Contact your school if you need help to complete the forms.


Related information

On this site

Financial help, scholarships and grants
Learning plans for Aboriginal students

Other websites

Wilto Yerlo - Adelaide University
UnaiponSchool - UniSA
Yunggorendi - Flinders University
Access and equity - TAFE SA
International College of Hotel Management


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Page last updated 29 November 2016

Provided by:
Department for Education and Child Development
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http://www.sa.gov.au/topics/education-and-learning/aboriginal-education/enter-for-success-program
Last Updated:
29/11/16
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